What is the goal of this investment?

The investment does not only have as its goal promoting the rural historical buildings with the finality of increasing the influx of tourists in suburban areas of the Country, but to also improve the protection of the surrounding landscape. Restructuring abandoned and decrepit buildings, will in fact create jobs, reduce the disparity between regions and alleviate the impact caused by the crisis, thanks to the promotion of local craftsmanship and agricultural products. 

Total investment cost 600 million
  • Reduce the gaps in standards of living
Additional details

Said investment will stimulate the systemic process of re-qualification of historical rural buildings and protection of the landscape, both owned and managed by private entities as well as entities of the third sector. Many rural buildings and agricultural structures have, in fact, undergone a progressive process of abandonment, degradation and alteration that has compromised their distinctive characteristics and their relationship with the surrounding environment. By recovering the patrimony of the rural buildings, the measure will improve the quality of the rural territory, giving back to the community an underused building patrimony which is currently not accessible to the public. The patrimony, having been returned to the community, can be re-inserted into the economic and social fabric of the region, therefore promoting the local traits.

What are the benefits?

The historical buildings are placed at the centre of an important promotion in order to:
  • re-qualify the territory and render it safer, greener and liveable for all, create new jobs, both in the cultural as well as tourist sector
  • bring the rural areas of the Country at the centre of the tourist influx
  • create now jobs, both in the cultural as well as tourist sector
  • promote the local craftsmanship and create new economic and social centres

Key steps and Expenses envisaged

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